A rainy month in Haiti causes widespread death, loss of homes and crop damage

November 19, 2012
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A rainy month in Haiti causes widespread death, loss of homes and crop damage

(Dieu Nalio Chery/ Associated Press ) – Jesumene St-Fleur, 48, walks with her five-year-old daughter Marie Lourdine at their home that was damaged by heavy rain brought by Hurricane Sandy in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Monday, Nov. 12, 2012. The rain has tapered off and floodwaters no longer claw at houses, but the situation across much...
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Un long article par Edgard Jeanniton dont je recommande vivement la lecture! Cela vaut la peine. No diol to talk!

November 19, 2012
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Un long article par Edgard Jeanniton dont je recommande vivement la lecture! Cela vaut la peine. No diol to talk!

Par Edgard JEANNITON Je suis gonaïvien. J’ai vécu aux Gonaïves pendant toute mon enfance et durant une bonne partie de ma jeunesse. J’allais gaiement à l’école à pied. Moins de 10 minutes pour atteindre l’Ecole Cyr Guillot des Frères de l’Instruction Chrétienne, moins d’un quart d’heure pour être au Collège Immaculée Conception des Clercs...
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In Spain, Haiti’s Martelly Meets With Honduran, Dominican Presidents

November 19, 2012
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In Spain, Haiti’s Martelly Meets With Honduran, Dominican Presidents

Above: Haiti President Michel By the Caribbean Journal staff Haiti President Michel Martelly traveled to Cadiz, Spain this week for the 22nd Ibero-American Summit of Heads of State and Government, meeting with several leaders from the Americas. Martelly first visited with Honduran President Porfirio Lobo, with talks focused on access to education and environmental...
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MORE CRIMINAL ACTIVITY ON THE PNH’S PART – “THIS ISN’T STEALING, IT IS A WAY OF MAKING A LIVING…”

November 19, 2012
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MORE CRIMINAL ACTIVITY ON THE PNH’S PART – “THIS ISN’T STEALING, IT IS A WAY OF MAKING A LIVING…”

It comes as no surprise to discover that the Bureau de Renseignements Judiciaires, Police Nationale D’Haiti, Police Judiciaire have been issuing false documents.  Because of this there has been a cancellation of many. The Aristide-created PNH has been a collection of criminals for years.  For example, Martelly associate, Will Dimanche,  Chief of Circulation, is...
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French Guyana eyes Caribbean Cup finals

November 19, 2012
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French Guyana eyes Caribbean Cup finals

CONCACAF.com ST. GEORGE’S, Grenada (Nov. 17) – Gary Pigree scored for a fourth straight game and French Guyana moved within sight of the Caribbean Cup finals with a 1-0 victory over Haiti on Friday. Grenada also recovered from its opening day loss to beat Guyana 2-1, leaving it and French Guyana atop second-round qualifying...
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NOUS TERMINONS LA “BATAILLE DE VERTIERE ” DE 1804 QUE NOS PREDECESSEURS N’ONT PU PENSER A FAIRE

November 19, 2012
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NOUS TERMINONS LA “BATAILLE DE VERTIERE ” DE 1804 QUE NOS PREDECESSEURS N’ONT PU PENSER A FAIRE

La bataille de vertieres a commencé  à Vertierres près du Cap dans le Nord en 1804 et est en train de terminer,d’être acheminée avec l’Administration Martelly-Lamothe. Tout commence par le commencement et au fur et a mesure,l’oiseau faid son nid.L’administration Martelly-Lamothe  gère très bien Haiti et les haitiens tant en Haiti que dans la...
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ARISTIDE/MARTELLY COMBAT OVER BATTLE OF VERTIERES AS LAVALAS PEOPLE FROM MARCHE SALOMON AND TABARRE PAINT MONUMENT PINK IN AN EFFORT TO EMBARRASS MARTELLY GOVERNEMENT- AND MARTELLY IS IN SPAIN – PLAYING SOCCER – ON THIS SPECIAL DATE – INSTEAD OF BEING WITH HIS PEOPLE.Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

November 19, 2012
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ARISTIDE/MARTELLY COMBAT OVER BATTLE OF VERTIERES AS LAVALAS PEOPLE FROM MARCHE SALOMON AND TABARRE PAINT MONUMENT PINK IN AN EFFORT TO EMBARRASS MARTELLY GOVERNEMENT- AND MARTELLY IS IN SPAIN – PLAYING SOCCER – ON THIS SPECIAL DATE – INSTEAD OF BEING WITH HIS PEOPLE.Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

On the occasion of the 209th anniversary of the Battle of Vertières, Ady Jean Gardy, the Minister of Communication declared on the eve of this great day “ Sunday commemorative events will be held, the President will address a radio televised message to the Nation http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-7183-haiti-social-209th-anniversary-of-the-battle-of-vertieres-speech-of-president-martelly.html there will be the traditional presentation of...
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Account of the Assassination of Mireille Durocher Bertin on March 28, 1995

November 18, 2012
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Account of the Assassination of Mireille Durocher Bertin on March 28, 1995

Source: Bob Corbett Mireille Durocher Bertin’s Funeral Fifteen years of SILENCE by the Clinton Administration. We will continue reminding the whole world about this great lawyer Mother died because of power hungry scums who wanted money at any cost. Cover up by two president Clinton and Aristide. They have a lot to hide about...
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SACRILEGE AT VERTIERS AS LAVALAS PAINTS STATUES PINK.. AND MARTELLY WILL NOT ATTEND NOVEMBER 18 CEREMONY!! HE IS WATCHING SOCCER IN SPAIN!!

November 18, 2012
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SACRILEGE AT VERTIERS AS LAVALAS PAINTS STATUES PINK..  AND MARTELLY   WILL NOT ATTEND NOVEMBER 18 CEREMONY!! HE IS WATCHING SOCCER IN SPAIN!!

Les habitants de la localité de Vertières, Cap-Haïtien, ont découvert ce vendredi matin au réveil les nouvelles couleurs Rose et Blanc des monuments du site historique de la zone. 16/11/2012 Les habitants de la localité de Vertières, Cap-Haïtien, ont découvert ce vendredi matin au réveil les nouvelles couleurs Rose et Blanc des monuments du...
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Strike, protests belie Haitian government’s free education claims-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

November 18, 2012
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Strike, protests belie Haitian government’s free education claims-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

By John Marion 17 November 2012 On November 13 and 14, the UNNOH (Union Nationale des Normaliens Haïtiens), which represents graduates of Haitian teachers colleges, staged a strike featuring nine demands. The union was also protesting a new 2 percent tax on salaries planned by the government. Notable among the strikers’ demands are the...
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Pamela White on tour in the North and North-East

November 18, 2012
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Pamela White on tour in the North and North-East

U.S. Ambassador to Haiti Mrs. Pamela White toured both the North and Northeast of Haiti, assessing different US Government-funded projects in the region of North and North-East of Haiti. Upon landing at the Cap-Haitian Airport, Ambassador Pamela White went to the Charles Lebossé school to attend a ceremony where shoes and medicines were distributed...
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Already Desperate, Haitian Farmers Are Left Hopeless After Storm

November 18, 2012
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Already Desperate, Haitian Farmers Are Left Hopeless After Storm

David Rochkind for The New York Times Maurice Guillome replanted rice after flooding. By RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD Published: November 17, 2012 FAUCHÉ, Haiti — A woman who lost just about everything now gives her children coffee for meals because it quiets their stomachs a bit. Another despondent mother relives the awful moment when her...
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EVANS PAUL REPORTS FROM CAP HAITIEN ON THE LACK OF ASSISTANCE FOR PEOPLE AFTER HURRICANE SANDY…WEEKS HAVE PASSED AND PEOPLE WAIT.

November 18, 2012
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EVANS PAUL REPORTS FROM CAP HAITIEN ON THE LACK OF ASSISTANCE FOR PEOPLE AFTER HURRICANE SANDY…WEEKS HAVE PASSED AND PEOPLE WAIT.

November 17, 2012 Evans Paul reports that little has been done to assist Haitians living in Cap Haitian after the passage of Hurricane Sandy. Bodies are still being discovered. People have found bodies in sources of drinking water and latrines have overflowed, infecting large areas. Cholera is accelerating. Injured people have large infected abscesses...
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Haiti says ‘Bye-Bye’ to Land Cruisers as gov’t tightens belt

November 18, 2012
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Haiti says ‘Bye-Bye’ to Land Cruisers as gov’t tightens belt

Hit by a string of weather-related disasters, Haiti is introducing austerity measures, Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe said Friday during a luncheon in his honor at his alma mater, St. Thomas University in South Florida. By Jacqueline Charles jcharles@MiamiHerald.com Haiti’s government is saying ‘Bye-Bye’ to Land Cruisers — for now. Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe, speaking...
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Affaire Brandt : Le laxisme des autorités mis à nu

November 16, 2012
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Affaire Brandt : Le laxisme des autorités mis à nu

Depuis plusieurs années, l’industrie du kidnapping fonctionne à plein régime. Mais rien ne laissait présager que des personnalités aussi bien cotées du pays avaient des connexions avec ces criminelles qui endeuillent et appauvrissent les familles haïtiennes. Du Nord au Sud, au cœur du pouvoir, dans l’administration publique et privée les assassins ont tissé leurs...
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RVPL Enters $90 Million Material Definitive Agreement With Haiti Government-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth for ECCO2 Haiti Project

November 16, 2012
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RVPL Enters $90 Million Material Definitive Agreement With Haiti Government-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth for ECCO2 Haiti Project

NEW YORK, Nov. 16, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — RVPlus, Inc. (OTCQB:RVPL), holding company of ECCO2 Tech has entered a material agreement for $90 million with Le Président de la Commission des Affaires Etrangères au Séna pour La République d’Haïti and La Commission des Affaires Étrangères au Sénat pour La République d’Haïti to supply green...
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OVER 4500 CHOLERA CASES SINCE SANDY AND RISING AS UN TRIES TO IGNORE REALITY.

November 16, 2012
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OVER 4500 CHOLERA CASES SINCE SANDY AND RISING AS UN TRIES TO IGNORE REALITY.

The Associated Press GENEVA — The world’s largest agency that deals with global migration says cholera is again on the rise in Haiti. The International Organization for Migration says Haitian officials have confirmed 3,593 cholera cases and another 837 suspected cases since Hurricane Sandy’s passage. IOM spokesman Jumbe Omari Jumbe told reporters Friday in...
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Taïwan finance un projet à Pignon

November 16, 2012
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Taïwan finance un projet à Pignon

Le Nouvelliste | Publié le : 2012-11-15 Amos Cincir La coopération entre Haïti et Taïwan vient de marquer encore un point avec le financement d’un projet de construction de latrines publiques, projet initié par le Mouvement des jeunes pour l’avancement et le progrès de Pignon (MOJAPP). Présidée par l’ambassadeur Bang Zhy Liu, la cérémonie a eu...
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Community mourns loss of leader, merchant André Auguste

November 16, 2012
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Community mourns loss of leader, merchant André Auguste

By Wilner Auguste Nov. 16, 2012 André AugusteAndré Auguste, a businessman and the patriarch of the Auguste family of Grand Goave, Haiti, died on Sept. 2 at 88. Auguste, who owned the Yvanhoe Shoe Shop on Morton Street in Dorchester, passed away at the Westacres Nursing Home in Brockton, Massachusetts. Born in Port-au-Prince on...
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Martelly is ill-equipped to lead Haiti forward

November 16, 2012
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Martelly is ill-equipped to lead Haiti forward

By Patrick Sylvain, Contributing Editor Nov. 16, 2012 Patrick SylvainThe relative jubilee over Michel Martelly’s victory in the Haitian presidential elections after the statistical rearrangements by the Organization of American States soon after the primaries in March 2011 that had placed Martelly in second place was seen as a political intervention. Such intervention allowed...
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